Saturday, April 22, 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Memorial University Botanical Garden
Seedy Saturdays take place all over the country and have been supported by Seeds of Diversity for more than 30 years. The events are independent and locally organized, with a focus on promoting the continued use of heritage and open-pollinated seeds, education around seed saving and environmentally responsible growing, with an opportunity to participate in a seed exchange. Our event will include information booths from a variety of groups and individuals active in the home gardening, homesteading, and food security communities, plus workshops, opportunities to share, trade, and discover seeds, and even a Kids’ Place with activities and learning for our youngest gardeners. Workshop topics may include seed starting, permaculture & soil health, composting, and container gardening. Please stay tuned for more information as planning progresses.
No pre-registration necessary. Please come along with your seeds and seedlings to share/trade, your curiosity, and your love of growing. Both edible and ornamental plants are welcomed.
Presented by Memorial University Botanical Garden; Food Producers' Forum